DeAngelo Hall was predictably unhappy following Monday night’s 18-16 loss to the Cowboys. The Redskins’ cornerback, who made headlines last week by declaring that he would target Tony Romo’s fractured ribs when the teams met, was incensed by a few things: a facemask call, which tacked an extra 15 yards onto the 30 yard pass from Romo to Dez Bryant in the 4th quarter, the referee who threw the flag and, finally, his own defensive coordinator, Jim Haslett.
“That was a [bleeping] terrible call,” Hall said of the facemask, per ESPN Dallas. “I told the ref he’s going to [bleeping] lose his job. I told the ref, ‘That might have been the worst call of the game.’ He’s going to get some demerit points for that call because that wasn’t no facemask.”
As for Haslett, Hall took issue with his decision to blitz on the play, which, Hall believes, left him out to dry on the broken play turned huge, crucial gain--which would go a long way in setting Dallas up for the game-winning field goal.
“Sooner or later, somebody is going [bleeping] figure it out,” Hall said. “You don’t have to be a [bleeping] rocket scientist to figure it out after awhile.”
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